When Jerry Jones received his 109-meter superyacht Bravo Eugenia this was quite the news in the yachting world! Today we will be giving you more details regarding the yacht that came from the work of Oceanco.
The Dutch shipyard has managed to conquer more attention with this delivery in particular. The Bravo Eugenia was built for US billionaire Jerry Jones, whose net worth is (according to Forbes) estimated at $6.8 billion. The vessel was built under the name Project Bravo / Y718 and named after Jerry’s wife Eugenia Jones.
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She is said to have the capacity for accommodating a total of14 guests, as well as a crew of 22 people. The ship is currently also known as one of the largest yachts ever built in the Netherlands, behind Feadship’s Anna and the Oceanco Jubilee.
The outside of the yacht was designed by Nuvolari Lenard. This yacht has about 4,000GT of volume, stretching across a 16.3-meter beam. She is powered by a hybrid propulsion system and can reach a top speed of around 17.5 knots.
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Despite no other in-detail photos of this vessel being released, we can tell you that the ship’s interior design was handled by Reymond Langton Design (above is an example of one of their most notable works). This interior design company was established in 2001 by Pascale Reymond and Andrew Langton, both of whom had already had an extensive background in the superyacht industry. Their extensive and experienced team allows them to pay close attention to detail in their projects. Another of their most relevant projects was Amels 188 (shown below).